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M3M in Rs. 1211 cr. Land Transaction!!!
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M3M in Rs. 1211 cr. Land Transaction!!!

M3M India One of the biggest Real Estate transactions in recent history in Delhi and NCR. 4th Dec 2014, New Delhi: M3M India Pvt. Ltd. one of India's reputed Real Estate developers bought over the 185 acres of land in Delhi NCR from the Sahara ... Press Release Ping, 1 month ago

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Real Estate Newsletter - December 01 to 05, 2014

Top News Sahara sells Gurgaon land worth Rs 1,211 cr to M3M Sahara has sold land parcel worth Rs 1,211 crore to Gurgaon-based developer M3M India Ltd, says report. Report stated that the 185-acre land in Gurgaon, would be used for mix-use ...
 India Infoline1 month ago 'Don't think Sahara can pay off debts, expect to take control of hotels before time'  IBNLive India News5 days ago Investment Vehicle Eyes Flagship Sahara Hotels in $2 bln Bailout for Subrata Roy  Sudan Vision Daily3 days ago Expect Sahara to default on loan, get New York Plaza hotel at bargain, says Mirach Capital  Firstpost.com6 days ago
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Coal, Telecom, Mining Giants Bite the Dust in 2014

Corporate legal cases kept India Inc on its toes in 2014 as high stake matters on coal, telecom and mining came up in the Supreme Court which also sent Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy to jail. Roy's hide and seek game came to an end on March 4 ...
 Outlook India3 weeks ago Coal, telecom, mining giants bite dust in SC in 2014  The Statesman3 weeks ago FLASHBACK 2014: Coal, telecom, mining giants bite dust in Supreme Court this year  Jagran Post3 weeks ago
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Supreme Court refuses to free Subrata Roy from custody

Subrata Roy Sahara The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy's plea for release from jail along with his two other directors. The trio were taken into custody March 4 for non-compliance of August 31, 2012, order to ...
 India Today1 month ago Sahara boss to stay in jail as SC rejects plea  Gulf Times1 month ago SC refuses to free Sahara's Subrata Roy from custody  Business Standard India1 month ago SC refuses to free Saharas Subrata Roy from custody  Bombay News.Net1 month ago
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SC allows Sahara to raise additional $650 mn loan for Roy's release

New Delhi, Jan 9 The Supreme Court Friday permitted Sahara group to raise a "junior loan" of 650 million from Mirach Capital Group for the payment of Rs.5,000 crore cash and bank guarantee of same amount towards the part payment of investors money ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago SC allows Sahara group's proposed loan transaction from abroad for raising funds  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago SC allows Sahara to raise $650 million for Roy's release  AhmedabadMirror.com2 weeks ago SC permits Sahara to sell four properties to raise money  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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A year of tough legal battles for India Inc

The year 2014 hit the energy sector most when the top court cancelled "fatally flawed" coal block allocations since 1993 and did not mince words in condemning the screening committee decisions, endorsed by all ruling political groups.  Image: Sahara chief Subrata Roy. Photograph: Reuters     Corporate legal cases kept India Inc on its toes in 2014 as high stake matters on coal, telecom and mining came up in the Supreme Court, which also sent Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy ...
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India Inc's shining stars and few who lost glory in 2014

2014 was a mixed bag for India Inc, few made it, few slipped. An employee uses a computer mouse inside an office. Photograph: Kamal Kishore/ Reuters Sachin Bansal: India's e-tail poster boy For Sachin Bansal (below left), the 33-year-old co-founder & chief executive of Flipkart, there could not have been a better way to end the year. When the e-commerce portal closed a $700-million funding on December 20, its third in 2014, Flipkart's total fundraising during the year touched $1.9 ...
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Some stars made, some others fade

Sachin Bansal: India's e-tail poster boy For Sachin Bansal, the 33-year-old co-founder & chief executive of Flipkart, there could not have been a better way to end the year. When the e-commerce portal closed a $700-million funding on December 20, ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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FII INFLOW INTO BONDS AND EQUITIES TOUCHES RECORD $43 BILLION IN 2014

Mumbai: Portfolio inflows into Indian bond and equity markets have been the best ever in 2014, now totalling a massive $43 billion, data from the depositories show. Of these, the bond market has cornered more than half of the inflows as Indian bonds ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Wedding wows - adding pixie dust to fairytale celebrations

India has an insatiable appetite for opulence and there is no better time than the wedding season to set the stage for it — quite literally. A dedicated bunch of wedding planners are doing just that. From orchestrating the couple's entry with a ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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